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FOX News
Sep 15, 2012 4:00pm EDT
in congress at 10, 12%. it's not good for the country. >> gregg: yeah. carl cameron works 364 days out of the year. he takes christmas off. that's it. >> that's my dad, too. >> gregg: guys, good to see you. thanks. >> thank you. >> heather: coming up, outrage spreading throughout the middle east. some say over an anti-muslim film. violent protests reaching jerusalem. we are there live next. >> gregg: the f.b.i. now working to track down those responsible for killing four americans at the u.s. consulate in libya. a former deputy national security advisor weighing in on the search for suspects. >> we join together in the condemnation of the attacks on american embassies and the loss of american life and join in the sympathy for these people. try this... bayer? this isn't just a headache. trust me, this is new bayer migraine. [ male announcer ] it's the power of aspirin plus more in a triple action formula to relieve your tough migraines. new bayer migraine formula. ♪ something to me ♪ that nobody else could do and those well grounded. for what's around this corner... and the next
CBS
Sep 30, 2012 6:00am PDT
, there is no jesus. really? two, there's no god. reporter: asner plays carl, a german immigrant who works as an exterminator. >> i have a tragic past. i carry a lot of guilt. >> reporter: but yet he manages to be both a comic relief and kind of one of a profound characters in this show. >> yeah. i'm a switch-hitter. >> i don't know who made the earth. i woke up one morning alive and it's here. i make the best of it. >> reporter: ed asner did not set out to be an actor. growing up in kansas city as the son of orthodox jewish immigrants, he made a name for himself playing high school football and was headed for a career as a reporter until a conversation with his journalism teacher. >> i wouldn't. he said why not? he said you can't make a living. oh, okay. okay. so i went on to become the overnight sensation as an actor that you see before you. >> reporter: in fact as asner told me in our conversation at a fame broadway restaurant, his assent was anything but overnight. after starring roles in college productions at the university of chicago, he dropped out to make it as an actor whil
FOX News
Sep 23, 2012 3:00am PDT
stuck tom with the $57,000 bill. [tires squeal] now meet carl who works from the coffee shop and uses the free wi-fi. marie works from there too. she's an identity thief who used a small device to grab his wi-fi signal, then stole enough personal information to hijack and drain his bank accounts. every yemillions of americans learn all it may take to devastate your life is a little personal information in the wrong hands. this is identity theft and no one helps stop it better than lifelock. lifelock offers the most comprehensive identity theft protection, period. ordinary credit monitoring services may take 30 days to alert you. lifelock's 24/7 proactive protection would have alerted tom as soon as they noticed an attack within their network, before it was too late. and lifelock's bank account takeover alerts could have notified carl in time to help him protect his money. lifelock protects your social security number, money, credit, even the equity in your home. while identity theft can't be completely stopped, no one protects you better than lifelock, and lifelock stands behind that
FOX News
Sep 1, 2012 3:00am PDT
bill. [tires squeal] now meet carl who works from the coffee shop and uses the free wi-fi. marie works from there too. she's an identity thief who used a small device to grab his wi-fi signal, then stole enough personal information to hijack and drain his bank accounts. every yemillions of americans learn all it may take to devastate your life is a little personal information in the wrong hands. this is identity theft and no one helps stop it better than lifelock. lifelock offers the most comprehensive identity theft protection, period. ordinary credit monitoring services may take 30 days to alert you. lifelock's 24/7 proactive protection would have alerted tom as soon as they noticed an attack within their network, before it was too late. and lifelock's bank account takeover alerts could have notified carl in time to help him protect his money. lifelock protects your social security number, money, credit, even the equity in your home. while identity theft can't be completely stopped, no one protects you better than lifelock, and lifelock stands behind that with the power of their $1 m
CSPAN
Sep 12, 2012 7:00am EDT
economic stimulus and elsewhere. so far -- host: let's go to carl. caller: i have a couple of comments. i have been in the gas and oil industry on and off for 40 years, and there are so many misconceptions i am hearing, it is making me pull my hair out. let me say a couple of things. one, talking about the keystone pipeline and how it is "going to ruin the aquifer in the midwest ," when all these people that say this -- i do not hear one of them say we do have quite a few hundred miles of pipes out there right now, and in fact they have been working successfully for many, many years. as long as they're put in and maintained properly, for the most part they do not leak. two, we need that pipeline. we have all this oil and gas being drilled in south dakota. it cannot get to the refinery. what refineries we have left, because now we have the epa, who has created conditions where the refineries have to add a biomass which does not exist anywhere but in the laboratory. and they are finding -- they are finding the refineries for not using a product that does not exist. guest: trans canada would
PBS
Sep 5, 2012 5:00pm PDT
interesting we hear carl earlier in the program in the newshour, and he talked about imported from detroit. that story of chrysler. chrysler paid off its bailed loan from the federal government six years early. these are all successes. >> woodruff: here's my question about what we're watching. maybe it's about what happened at conventions but on the campaign trial, you just watch the ads you hear lots of conversations about bain and mitt romney's taxes. there had been glancing mentions in this campaign, this convention so far to mitt romney's taxes and we just saw the biggest about mitt romney's history at bain. it feels like we're looking at the flip side of the sale christ but we're -- same conversation but we're not really having it. >> it points to the past. >> ifill: there's something different happening in the campaign trail than what's happening in this convention hall. >> it's a very different convention from 7:00 to 10:00 pm and 10:00 pm on. 7:00 pm are debates and the only people watching are hard core party members. >> ifill: like us. >> or some people are paid to do it. >> ifil
CNBC
Sep 13, 2012 6:00am EDT
future. >> well, i know carl -- i don't think he's gotten over that you got redford and he got dustin hoffman. you're better than looking than red ford. >> you have no idea how many women i've disappointed. >> well, you though what, that will be our sound bite that we take from this. i don't think you've ever acknowledged that. thanks, bob. >> no, i've acknowledged that. >> bob woodward, thank you. the book the price of politics. we appreciate you being with us. next time we'd love to have you on the program back in new york of course. we have to give him a squawk book award. >> we should. >> if you have any comments or questions about anything we've been talking about here, e-mail us at squawk@cnbc.com and make sure you bring something sweet to the office this morning. it is international chocolate day. of course if white chocolate is more your speed, you'll have to wait until the 22nd. that is the day the national confectioners association has named in observance of that sweet. and in the next hour, we'll find out why phil purcell says breaking up isn't hard to do for big banks. plu
Univision
Sep 3, 2012 7:00am PDT
los Ándalos lograran escapar, y los agentes arrestaron a michael clark de 18 aÑos y a carl bonds de 19. los investigadores sospechan que ambos podÍan estar vinculados con otro robos domiciliarios cometidos en el Área. este lunes 3 de septiembre... bastante agradable en practicamente toda el area de la bahia... el puente golden-gate con efecto curioso de densa niebla igual que en algunas zonas con densos nublados por la manana, incluso con muy poca visibilidad sobre todo en algunos aeropuertos... los cielos sin embargo despejaran al transcurra la manana ya hacia el mediodia... áááel trafico en general, un poco mas ligero que en los dias laborales normales... un cafÉ cubano y muchas cosas mÁs. >>> me harÁs un cafÉ. >>> y muchas cosas mÁs . >>> amigo ustedes tienen que escuchar esto por remordimiento de conciencia o por temor un ladrÓn de banco decidio entregarse a la policÍa el problema que no encontrÓ donde hacerlo, marÍa estÁ en vivo para explicarnos ¿por quÉ? que fue lo que pasÓ? >>> este es un caso curioso el hombre fue a dos estaciones de policÍa y segÚn dijo
CSPAN
Sep 2, 2012 10:30am EDT
. there is no money and they know it. host: carl is on the line for the republicans. caller: you know, one reason -- yesterday morning i was watching your program and your moderator read a twitter message. vitter throwing peanuts at a black cameraperson and said that this is the way they treat animals. this is just a twitter message. this reminds me of washington, d.c., when they said the tea party was yelling racial epithets at the congress people. they have no proof. one guy offered $10,000 for someone who could show proof. everyone carries a cell phone, a camera and can clear their name. get down there and read incendiary stuff like that. tell your sources. tell us who reported it and if they have proof. host: that was carl, berkeley springs. steve, independent line. good morning to you. caller: good morning. host: why is washington so divided? caller code because what -- republicans have been in campaign mode since obama came into office. even mitt romney in his exceptions speech as the republican nominee said that he fully expected that any new president would gain the full suppo
CSPAN
Sep 22, 2012 3:00pm EDT
-- >> the first call forecast comes from carl in elizabeth, new jersey. carl you are on booktv. please go ahead. >> thank you peter. this is a great privilege. mr. smith's book on eisenhower i got at the library and i am the middle of drafting a letter to david and his father. now that i see the two eisenhower's onstage together, it's going to have a third addressee, mrs. eisenhower as well. i have a -- i also want to say my earliest political memory is my mother saying general eisenhower was nominated at the 52 republican convention so that gives away what my age might be but i have a serious question concerning how history is recorded regarding the incident of may 1, 1960 and i have reference to mmo of general who was in a two president eisenhower. after checking with the present i informed mr. bissell of the cia that the u2 makar pressure may be undertaken provided it is carried out prior to may 1. that memo and less is written to cover general goodpaster -- suggests that the u2 might not have been authorized by a president president eisenhower but in fact would would have b
FOX News
Sep 4, 2012 6:00am EDT
for it. gretch, over to you, carl and joe. >> gretchen: thanks very much. the president's campaign is telling voters not to expect the same excitement that we saw in 2008 and once again, they're still using president bush as an excuse. >> nobody is sitting up here saying this is 2008. i mean, what's happened since an election in 2008 and right now, again, is this huge economic calamity caused by a series of bad decisions that were made before the president ever got there. >> gretchen: is the blame game sticking with the voters? we're back with karl rove and former manager of the howard dean presidential campaign, joe trippi. joe, i remember about two years ago where people were saying, wow, he's still blaming president bush, two years into the administration. now we're almost to the end of the first term, they're still blaming president bush and that's going to be the campaign theme here at the dnc. >> i don't think -- it's not blaming president bush, the person. it's blaming the policies. what's happening here is the republicans have taken to saying, hey, you were dealt a bad hand
WETA
Sep 27, 2012 1:30am EDT
beautifully with her... sebak: that's carl rappl. he sells purses here. beverly hills bag lady has been here 20 years at the orange county marketplace. because we deal with so many manufacturers, we get a lot of one-of-a-kind bags that they never go into production with. these are bags that came from florence, italy, that we just came back from. these are gorgeous, hand-stained leathers. they're very expensive. teller: we get a bang out of it, and not everything's a great buy out here. i don't mean to say that, but if people shop around and see a value and they buy it, they're really proud of it. uh, probably the best deal is the asparagus -- nice, little, tiny asparagus -- $1.99 for a bunch. sebak: searching for the best deal is part of all this, but if you check out a place like the swap shop in fort lauderdale, florida, you'll find that lots of things contribute to the success of a market. this one is good in the sense that it's big. i think this one is a staple of south florida. you meet a lot of people from all over the world. sebak: the swap shop is a huge flea market that becomes
FOX News
Sep 26, 2012 6:00am EDT
obama ahead 52% to governor romney 44%. our own carl cameron who has been on the road on these campaigns for many years, he interviewed mr. romney about being down in the polls as he heads to ohio today. here is what he had to say. >> we are now exactly seven weeks from the election. here you are in ohio where the polls say you trail. how do the two of you close this gap? >> polls go up and down. we have plenty of time with the debates coming up, four in the months of october. we'll be taking our message to people across ohio and i think they understand, this is an election about the choice of what kind of america we're going to have. if it's going to be an america dominated by government, why, that's the course the president has put us on. if we're going to pursue -- help people pursue their dreams, that's what we'll bring back. >> brian: polls out in florida, in ohio, in pennsylvania, and virginia. that wasn't the case even a month ago. >> steve: there are some on the right who say the reason mr. romney is way down is because the screen that the pollsters use heavily favors the democra
NBC
Sep 30, 2012 5:00am EDT
start to creep toward carl county about 4 p.m. it's going to take longer to get to baltimore. mainly after 6 p.m. through about 10 p.m. that's the best chance to see showers. but they will be very scattered. so not everyone is even going to see them. that is your forecast for today. chance for showers as we get into tonight, showers into the evening hours. as we drop down into the 50s and upper 40s. here's what is happening. that stationary front, that pesky one that was affecting the area the last couple of days, it's still sitting off shore. it drags back into texas. this is the next storm system we do have to watch out for. clouds coming in off the gulf coast. heavier rain as well. all of the rain will be migrating into the east the next couple of days. that will be the next area of rain we have to watch out for. we're off to 72 today. 73 tomorrow. tomorrow will be mostly dry, but increasing clouds later in the day ahead of that next storm system. pretty good chances for rain. high of 75. we start to dry out wednesday. >>> an elderly woman in portland maine is lucky to be alive th
CSPAN
Sep 17, 2012 7:00am EDT
elsewhere. in the "new york times this morning it says -- memphis, tennessee, carl, a democrat. what do you think? caller: how are you? i am -- it should be a limit to freedom of speech, especially if it causes a public uproar and other problems. you've got a lot of people that have intelligent input, but you have a lot of people that don't. for people to just try to create trouble, that is crazy. so, it needs to be a limit on what the media picks up and sends abroad. the computer is international, so everybody gets an eye on what some radicalist might see as freedom of speech. host: is it not all subjective? caller: the thing is, you have so many, just like america, we are very diverse. therefore, something needs to be regulated. we just cannot get on the internet and say anything. what type of country are we to allow people to do that? host: we will keep the conversation going this morning, but i want to give you other headlines on some other topics. here's the chicago tribune on the teachers' strike -- and in the tallahassee democrat, the front page of their paper -- she is expected to s
FOX News
Sep 10, 2012 3:00am PDT
. and we can't all be born into rich families like the great billy madison. >> hey carl, what's up? >> nothing much, billy. i see you got a little sun today. >> yeah, you think so? >> i was sitting by the pool. >> can i keep watching. >> brian: in the movie, he went back to school to earn his inheritancistence. a new study finds 40% of americans expect to get one from their parents, despite the poor economy. as a result, they aren't saving for retirement. can't wait, my mom has got a lot of money. >> gretchen: how did you rate billy madison as a movie? >> brian: great movie. >> gretchen: just checking. thank you so much. on abc news this week, "washington post" columnist george will criticized the democrats for initially leaving out the language recognizing jerusalem as the capitol of israel. >> removing the capitol of israel was an act of commission. you go out on the street of any american city, you go out in newark, stop someone and say, what is the capitol of delaware, vermont, and israel? some people will know dover. some are going to know month pill yea. everyone except the a
CSPAN
Sep 4, 2012 11:00pm EDT
, approached in 1996, the person originally scheduled to ride that was carl sagan. he had been asked to contribute a chapter on cosmic discovery to that volume. he died in 1996. my name was put up as one who would then write in his stead. that is pretty much what i could pump out in the month. this chapter was asked to be 10,000 words. so i was almost declining. then i said no, maybe i can do something different, little a little bit more creative. and i thought, okay, why not think of discovery, not in the 20th century, not even in terms of a discovery of objects and places, but the discovery of ideas. and i would track the transition from the discovery of places going up to the errol of the great explorers once you have mapped the whole earth, what is left there for you to discover. philosophically, what is left once you know that the whole earth is there. then you have new ideas and they take you to space. and i thought to myself at the time, you know, i really want to go to mars. with people. it is an uncommon vi among my colleagues, my astrophysics colleagues, by and large, maybe th
MSNBC
Sep 10, 2012 3:00am PDT
weingarten said one of the low points of her political life was when she saw carl bernstein on this show attacking unions as obstacles to change. there have been for a long time. there are good teachers unions that are trying to move forward into the 21st century, but this is such a bad move. >> it's extremely complicated, but this is clear it's a very bad move. >>> up next with hillary clinton's notable absence from the democratic convention, the question everyone is asking, will she or won't she be running in 2016? we're going to talk to andrea mitchell. and "new york times" columnist frank bruni. more on "morning joe" when we come back. are you okay, babe? i'm fine. ♪ ♪ ♪ with a subaru you can always find a way. announcer: love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. [ dog ] we found it together.upbeat ] on a walk, walk, walk. love to walk. yeah, we found that wonderful thing. and you smiled. and threw it. and i decided i would never, ever leave it anywhere. because that wonderful, bouncy, roll-around thing... had made you play. and that... had made you smile. [ announcer ] be
CSPAN
Sep 4, 2012 9:00am EDT
: we have carl from elizabeth, new jersey. >> caller: thank you, peter. i just want to say that there aren't a lot of people in this world that can fill the shoes of brian lamb and you. you to do a magnificent job. in keeping level, asking points, not inserting yourself overly in the conversation. but bringing out the best. >> host: both proud sons of indiana, to. >> caller: it is a privilege to be able to speak to michael beschloss. i've been a fan for decades, and i think the last person i was actually able to talk to on the program was edwin meese. >> guest: we are two peas in a pod. >> caller: in reference to michael's second book, "mayday", i don't have the book is for in front of me, although it is in my collection -- where he relates to a conversation that he had with president eisenhower's son, john eisenhower, who was a close aide to the president. during the incident, which is the focus of that book. i was hoping that michael beschloss might be able to pay a picture of the order that president eisenhower gave to the director of the cia, allen dulles, talking bout no more ove
CSPAN
Sep 13, 2012 8:00pm EDT
putting millions of dollars into this election. of course we've got our friend, carl rove and his status crossroads of america putting in millions of dollars. but i'm getting at is it's handful of people, maybe six to eight people who will spend more money on this election than all of organized labor and i would say over 100 million americans. they won't put that kind of money in this election and i think people like to say, is that good for the country? is that what our forefathers saw that a handful of people, six to eight people couldn't put more money in an election and control events more than maybe 100 million people that work with their hands every day, the 13 million people and families in the labor movement and the other people not in labor movement that are out there working every day and doing the hard work. there's something wrong with that and that goes back to citizens united is citizens united was the worst thing that ever happened to this country right now. it's upsetting the balance and democracy. i think obama is going to win, but what does this pertain for the f
CSPAN
Sep 26, 2012 1:00pm EDT
americans was attacked by 19 al qaeda terrace. >> if more from retired lt. carl robert -- inside the president's bunker. sunday at 7:30 p.m. eastern on c-span 3. >> i watched c-span, every time, especially when advance are going on. any time something is going on, i want to watch c-span because they typically have the best, most unbiased view of whatever is happening. if i wanted spun in a circle, i will watch one of the other news organizations. i love c-span. i watch it on tv or on line. if something is going on, i always turn to c-span. i cannot have a favorite show. it is is anytime i need to know what is going on, i know that c- span will have the real story. >> josh truitt watches c-span on direct tv. brought u.s. a public-service by your television provider. >> now, former secretary of state, colin powell, on the aftermath of the arab spring and the role of the u.s. in europe from the atlantic council in washington. this is one hour. [applause] >> thank you. good afternoon. welcome, everyone. i am really so pleased to be here today. i extend warm things to the doctor and gener
CSPAN
Sep 16, 2012 7:00am EDT
this effort to diffuse the part of the sequester that would hit the pentagon. and he and carl evan and several others were talking about a plan that might seek to replace the defense cuts by raising taxes. at long last, after all of this fighting, raising some taxes. is that, do you think, is such an idea, would that be ameanable in the house, is anybody talking about it? do you think, as we get closer to the fiscal cliff, it might become something people will be willing to consider? >> that remains to be seen. you know, in the heat of the election has passed us in november, then is the time we need to sit down and be very, very serious about dealing with it. it would be disastrous, military especially. we would go back to preworld war ii army marine personnel. we would go back to 1915 on naval ships, on navy ships. and this kind of a world that we live in, that's just intolerable. we simply cannot do that. so i think the pressure will be intense. after the election, and people say well, the election's over, let's get down to business. i think the pressure's going to be intense. th
CSPAN
Sep 3, 2012 12:00am EDT
intense than would've been. buchanan, had he been a little bit more forward. >> host: we have carl from elizabeth, new jersey. >> caller: thank you, peter. i just want to say that there aren't a lot of people in this world that can fill the shoes of brian lamb and you. you to do a magnificent job. in keeping level, asking points, not inserting yourself overly in the conversation. but bringing out the best. >> host: both proud sons of indiana, to. >> caller: it is a privilege to be able to speak to michael beschloss. i've been a fan for decades, and i think the last person i was actually able to talk to on the program was edwin meese. >> guest: we are two peas in a pod. >> caller: in reference to michael's second book, "mayday", i don't have the book is for in front of me, although it is in my collection -- where he relates to a conversation that he had with president eisenhower's son, john eisenhower, who was a close aide to the president. during the incident, which is the focus of that book. i was hoping that michael beschloss might be able to pay a picture of the order that president
FOX
Sep 2, 2012 7:00am PDT
as a look out. they have been identified as 19- year-old carl bohns and 18-year- old michael clark aspects by police and police say further investigation revealed those two might be responsible for other burglaries in the area. >>> well, union city police officer has resigned after being convicted of a misdemeanor count of lewd conduct in public. back in february 2 women accused 37-year-old shaun mace of expoagz himself in a fremont home. mace was arrested in april and placed on paid administrative leave. last month he was sentenced to three years of probation and ordered to pay an $800 fine. >>> a san jose man has been arrested for causing trouble at a house party near redwood city after he was kicked out. that 20-year-old man showed up uninvited to the party on hurling game avenue early yesterday morning. he was asked to leave but then punched the host and later returned, allegedly firing a single shot through a window. no one was hit by the bullet. he was arrested shortly after the incident. >>> if cause of a fire that destroyed two homes in concord is under investigation this m
CSPAN
Sep 12, 2012 10:00am EDT
carl eikenberry. ambassador to afghanistan. we were at the ambassador's residence in kabul and i was struck with the same that -- statement that was made. negotiation. to men and women in uniform. those men and women who served in our nation's armed forces around the world. but too rarely do we extend our appreciation to the men and women who represent the united states of america in the foreign service. as diplomats around the world. . and general eikenberry encouraged us to do that and mr. price and i have consistently done that in the visits of the house democracy partnership to the 17 con2riss with which we partnered over the past seven years. . mr. price and i were leading a delegation to afghanistan and we recounted that story to our great diplomat, ryan crocker, u.s. ambassador to afghanistan and ambassador crocker, when we shared the story with him, reminded us that more u.s. ambassadors have been killed since the vietnam war than generals or admirals. we know that down at the harry s. truman building there is a plaque that list the name of the 231 u.s. diplomats who have bee
CSPAN
Sep 8, 2012 9:00am EDT
than it would have been had buchanan been more forward. >> host: carl, you are on with michael beschloss. >> caller: i just want to say there aren't a lot of people in this world that could fill the shoes of brian lamb and you do a magnificent job keeping level and asking pointed questions and not in searching yourself overly in the conversation but bringing out the best. >> guest: both proud sons of indiana too. >> caller: a privilege to speak to michael beschloss. i have been a c-span and for decades and the last person i was able to talk to on a program was edwin meese. that makes me pretty far back. i have reference to michael's second book "mayday: eisenhower, khrushchev and the u-2 affair". i believe it is on page 10. i don't have the book in front of me but it is in my collection where he relates a conversation that he had with president eisenhower's son john was a close aide to the president during the incident -- that is the focus of that book. i was hoping michael beschloss might be able for the viewers to paint a picture of the order president eisenhower gave to the
Univision
Sep 10, 2012 7:00am PDT
estÁ muy bien. >> (risas). >> oye!. >> casi se llama como yo carl, karla. >> ay! mire. >> ya llegÓ y ya estÁ aquÍ ¿cuÁndo sonara ese timbre?. >> irÁ a mostrar su shub du bi. >> que lo muestre. >> hola "despierta amÉrica" mi que tal le saluda fabiola kramsky y esto es al despertar extra...el nuevo procedimiento para evitar la evasÓn de pago de tarifas en el muni esÁ funcionando... actualmente hay una mayor inspeccion y mas oficiales abordan las unidades al azar y exigen a los pasajeros mostrar sus boletos...de hecho ha aumentado el 79% de las multas por no pagar... algunos argumentan que esto pone en riesgo los derechos humanos de inmigrantes y grupos minoritarios. por cierto el muni se une a la tecnologia...el servicio de transporte publico reemplaza radios de comunicacion, papel y lapiz por ipads para dar un mejor servicio a los casi 700 mil usuarios que transportan al dia... la aplicacion fue disenada en el 2011 para la agencia y permitira a los operadores saber en tiempo real, la ubicacion y estado de sus casi 800 autobuses... en los deportes le saluda kira vilanova, barry
CNBC
Sep 27, 2012 6:00am EDT
everything tonight >>> good thursday morning. welcome to "squawk on the street." i'm carl quintanilla along with melissa lee. david faber. jim cramer is off today. a slew of data today. jobless claims were decent, down 26,000. a miss on durables, although there are some internal factors there. also revised second quarter gdp, although those numbers are almost three months old. europe, a lot of speculation around the globe about what the chinese central bank may or may not do next week as we've got
Univision
Sep 10, 2012 7:00am EDT
. >> (risas). >> oye!. >> casi se llama como yo carl, karla. >> ay! mire. >> ya llegÓ y ya estÁ aquÍ ¿cuÁndo sonara ese timbre?. >> irÁ a mostrar su shub du bi. >> que lo muestre. >> hola "despierta amÉrica" mi nombre es vÍctor y quiero mandar un saludo a doÑa meche, que aunque le cortaron mal el pelo se ve muy guapa. >> aquÍ lo esperamos desde la ciudad de mÉxico. >> (♪). >> oiga, oiga. >> (tose). >> siempre traigo un pan tostadito, y dos. >> me dicen no te vas a comer el pan tostado, de tanto chicharrÓn que te has comido. >> les digo no me controlen mi comida. >> yo quiero un pedacito pero no me dejaste. >> no me acabÉ el chicharrÓn. >> pero mira con lo que me quedÉ. >> mmm.... >> no se pierda la pelÍcula que va a estar bien divertida. >> hay que ir a verlo. >> y veo que no necesita taparle la cara tan guapo que estÁ. >> ¿quÉ es eso?. >> ¿por quÉ le van a tapar la cara, quÉ guapo hombre. >> quÉ increÍble. >> si te gusta el seÑor mcarthur. >> dÉjala, dejala!. >> ay!. >> el que tenga restaurante no impide que vea el menÚ de otros. >> ay! ay! ay!. >> no es ni
CSPAN
Sep 23, 2012 7:00am EDT
victims. wherever i travel, folks are working hard. back to the phones, west virginia. carl is on our line for republicans. caller: i like going to the polls and voting because i am able to. the debate should have been held before the early voting started. we will have four liberal moderate this, which will skew the base. i think the voting public should be able to compare the two people side by side. i cannot believe -- when anne romney tells the truth, i cannot believe the -- when running -- when romney tells the truth, i cannot believe people do not want to hear it. this is crazy. host: are you going to take advantage of early voting in west virginia? caller: i like going to the polls. it gives us a chance to get out and meet people in the community. i have no problem with early voting, as long as it is legal, as long as the people who are owed aim here legally to vote. whenever there -- as long as the people who are voting are here legally. host: a tweet says, i favor early voting so people can get a photo of their ballots so that the election cannot be stolen a la dollars w.
CSPAN
Sep 9, 2012 7:00am EDT
i have read the findings of the senate hearings on the bank ing that karl levin -- carl levin shared and they were found guilty of prosecutable fraud. now obama, he turned it over to the justice department and obama and holder have done nothing to these banks. they're accomplices. they're criminals. romney will be the same. host: gary, thank you for the call. alan colmes, your response. guest: i think we needed to save the banks. i'm not sure obama is an accomplice to bank fraud. i think this president has actually gone after wall street, the people who gave him money to get elected, he has done wall street reform and bank reform. i'm not sure i agree he's an accomplice to a crime. i think it's a pretty extreme statement. you know, there are people who don't like any politicians, think they're all crimes, i don't particularly have that view. i respect your opinion, sir, but i don't see it that way. this president has been actually pretty tough in reinstalling some of the regulations that we lost during years of republican rule. host: is barack obama a liberal, was bill clinton a libe
CSPAN
Sep 25, 2012 11:00pm EDT
instead of george of the bush, carl rove, john mccain. let's reach out to hispanics and make immigration reform something beefier. a party where mitt romney now embodies the party. he promised to veto. he is on a radical policy prescription. the idea of making life so miserable year that immigrants are literally purge from the country. so this looks to the right has hit badly with hispanics. that means as you point out in your paper the southwest is out of reach with of, in large part because of this. they pulled out of the mexico. they have a shot in common and nevada. the hispanic and strategy, their on the strategy has been let's talk about the economy. the cuban americans in poor regions and help that we can peel off enough of them because maybe that will be that trick. the problem is that even in florida of the hispanic election as chased by significantly. the fastest growing group of the non cuban on prairie can let american immigrants for whom emigration is a defining issue . roughly one-third. and so i suspect that he is going to have a hard time winning florida in pa
CSPAN
Sep 4, 2012 12:00pm EDT
. >> yeah. >> particularly carl johnson from the cdc. >> yes. >> and you found african colleagues to collaborate with and fellow belgiums, came a little bit later after you had been there awhile. tell me what you learned in 1976 that guided you forward about international cooperation. >> yeah. when i discovered that where i came from, the means we had both financially and technically, were far inferior to what was, you know, available here in the u.s., and whereas i resented that, indeed, you know, we had isolated the virus for the first timing and the folks from cdc came and said we're taking over. i resented that. that's absolutely true. then i saw i could learn so much, and joel brennan who really initiated me into the field of epidemiology, and i'm really still grateful for him, and it was not only the u.s., but it was like in some of the jobs, there's a frenchman and a south african and a brit and a belgium and an american, and then some congoes in a plan. the power of coming up with different perspectives i found so fantastic. i was very impressed by the technical superiority o
CSPAN
Sep 17, 2012 8:00pm EDT
wall street journal and online. thanks for being with us. next is carol. -- carl. caller: these focus groups seem to be educated people. they are fools. >> why is the? >> i live in illinois. we are not even getting campaign commercials. they live in virginia. they are getting bombarded. i do not get it. every commercial is a political commercial. have biasesese people they have failed to recognize, and that is why they have failed to make decisions. i heard this one guy say, i believe in trickle-down economics. trickle-down does not work. likes our next call is from -- >> our next call is from iowa. it is another battleground states. caller: i was originally from debute. i lost my job. >> what was your job is? >> it was a printing company. under obamacare, they closed. we had to read about it in the paper. jobs in iowa, he promised us health care. i lost my job. my husband died of three months of cancer. we have no insurance. we have nothing, so where is the health care he promised us four years. people need to wake up and. >> who are you voting for? >> i am voting for mitt romn
CSPAN
Sep 18, 2012 8:00pm EDT
working it this weekend. i would have never made it. carl smith, probably, neither one of us would have never made it. here is the average score for a young marine officer. the s.a.t. score is 1250. the 3.22 gpa. no felonies. none of that kind of stuff. no nasty tattoos that are visible, which is difficult in today's society. and you are heavily involved in sports and heavily involved extracurricular activity. the 3.22 gpa and sb -- s.a.t. scores at 1250. that is just to make the cut. then you start talking about -- i mean, i looked at a record this weekend that had an s.a.t. score of 1550. i did not even know it went that high. [laughter] that is twice as high as karl smith's and mind. -- and mine. ok, so you say you want to be enlisted marines and i don't want to go through all of the s.a.t. stop. eight months if you sign up today. if you go to a recruiter in downtown washington d.c. and you sign up and assuming you are morally, physically, mentally, and every other way qualify, you are looking at eight months. we do not have room for you. it will be eight months before you ship
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